Get ready for a night of foot-tapping country music; with Terri Clark and Aaron Tippin performing together, you are sure to get lost in the blues-inspired country serenade.
These two country-music stars come together for one night only in Branson. Together they impress the audience with fun country tunes and ballads. Performing their own individual hits, they create a show together that will have you singing along the entire time.
Hailing from Canada, Terri Clark has performed hits such as, “You're Easy on the Eyes” and “When Boy Meets Girl”. She signed to Mercury Records in 1996 and released her self-titled debut that year. With this album as well as her albums, Just the Same and How I Feel, she was launched into stardom. All three albums went platinum in both Canada and the United States. From there she produced several Top Ten hits. As well as creating her own success, she also performed duets with Reba McEntire, Jann Arden, Dierks Bentley, Tanya Tucker and Dean Brody.
Joining her in Branson is Aaron Tippin, who boasts hits, “Kiss This” and his debut single, “You've Got to Stand for Something”. The latter became an anthem for soldiers who were fighting in the Gulf War. His songs are directed for the American working class and are considered neotraditionalist. He released ten studio albums, six compilation albums, a Christmas album, and a Cracker Barrel exclusive album.
His 1992 album Read Between the Lines was certified as a platinum album by the RIAA and gold by the CRIA. The albums You've Got to Stand for Something, Call of the Wild, Lookin' Back at Myself, Tool Box, and People Like Us have also been certified as gold by the RIAA.
Don't miss both of these fantastic country singers as they come together for a limited-time concert in Branson!